Monday, November 16, 2015

Mystery and Mayhem Award

I was pleased to open my phone on Saturday morning and saw a tweet with my name tagged.
More finalists

The Mystery & Mayhem Writing Competition recognizes emerging new talent and outstanding works in the genre of Cozy Mysteries and Classic Mysteries. The M&M Awards is a division of Chanticleer International Novel Writing Competitions.

The M&M Awards FIRST IN CATEGORY sub-genres are: Amateur Sleuth, Romance, Animals, Cooking/Knitting/Hobbies, Blended Genre, Medical/Lab, Travel, Humorous, Historical, Classic British, Y/A, and Senior Sleuth.

The following titles will compete for the FIRST IN CATEGORY Positions and Awards Packages.
The Finalists Authors and Titles of Works that have made it to the Short-list of the M&M 2015 Novel Writing Contest are:

Iced Tee by Cherie O’Boyle
Blood Relations by Lonnie Enox
There is Something About Marty by Wendy Delaney
Not with My Brain You Don’t by Richard Tenney
Terror in Taffeta by Maria Cooper
Community Affairs by Michele Lynn Seigfried
Prosecco Pink and Limoncello Yellow by Traci Andrighetti
The Hut in the Woods by VLZ
Murder Off the Beaten Path by M.L. Rowland
Ghostly Paws by Leighann Dobbs
A Stitch in Time by Ann Yost
Stabbing in the Senate by Colleen Shogan
Brain Matters by JR Scott
Double Duplicity by Paty Jager
Murder Beside the Salish Sea by Jennifer Mueller
A Time to Love in Tehran by C. J. Fewston
St. Louis Affair by Michael Scheffel
Sherlock Holmes and The Case of the Sword Princess by Suzette Hollingsworth
Endangered Eagle by Richard Carl Roth
Crossing Paths by Kate Vale
Organized for Murder by Ritter Ames
Fit to be Dead and Dang Near Dead by Nancy G. West

I'd like to wish good luck to all the finalists!


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